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Can you please tell me how to change the rear wheel bearings on a 1999 Vauxhall corsa van. The make and model is not correct it didnt have Vauxhall to choose from. Thank you Rob

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Dear,
Jack up car, remove rear road wheel and chock the other side.Slide wheel under sill for safety.Release the hand brake.Remove cover from centre of rear hub.remove the split pin.remove the nut.pull hub/brake drum from the stub axle.Drift out old bearings.Clean out hub.Fit both new bearing outers,and inside inner bearing and new seal .Grease and refit hub to cleaned stub axle.Fit front inner bearing and adjust to make sure theres no "play".refit new split pin and replace grease cap.refit road wheel
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Yes sorry but you know the americans ,they dont do geography and they beleave in flat earth theory ,lose sight of land and the world stops ,yes easy job they are taper bearings on vehicle of this age and easy to change ,hardest part is knocking the bearing paths out ,when i service vehicles and i always take the back drums off to clean and inspect and adjust the auto brake adjuster i always put some engine oil in the dust cap before i refit to keep the grease soft ,anyway dont you know this is a opel not a vauhall -GB doesnt exist anymore across the channel but its a third world religious ethnic state of mohamed .

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  • malcolm10x Jul 05, 2011

    For lack of a clearer salutation, I shall address you as "Sir Wiz."

    Dear Mr. Wiz:

    Quoting you, my good fellow (benefit of the doubt to you): "yes sorry but you know the americans ,they dont do geography and they beleave in flat earth theory ,lose sight of land and the world stops ..."

    I am an American and agree, with a few reservations, about "the americans." Geography? Hell, all but the few educated among us, think Florida and Georgia, are in South America. Losing sight of land? Yes, indeed, that happens to many Americans, especially when traveling around the world by land, sea, or air to defend peoples against tyranny and oppression. Perhaps we should step back and let others sacrifice their sons and daughters for the freedom you and I assume as a right. But, wait, Britain won't. For sure, France won't. Germany? Japan? Nah. Eastern Europe? Got too many problems of their own. China and Russia? Wouldn't look good on a covert capitalist resume, thus dubious. Italy? Never won a war and never will. Can you spell "coward?" Australia? I think they have the backbone. If America disappears, I hope she becomes us.

    If the world were indeed flat, it would have an edge and you would be the first person to stumble, with a shove, off. If the world came to a stop, you'd be alone. Even the dullest among us is aware of the last stop and disembarks well before.

    Nevertheless, I praise you imaginative spelling, grasp of English grammar and semantics, and dedication to bigotry. It is the likes of you (as incarnated in Hitler and your favorite son, Mussolini ) who keep this planet in a state of turmoil.

    And your automotive advice? Not bad, but rather mediocre.

    Sincerely,

    Malcolm Hein
    malcolm10x@hotmail.com

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